Former Campbell star Lewis-Harris suspended two games by NFL
by The Associated Press
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Former Campbell standout Chris Lewis-Harris, right, will miss the first two games of the Bengals’ schedule, suspended for a positive drug test.
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Former Campbell standout Chris Lewis-Harris, right, will miss the first two games of the Bengals’ schedule, suspended for a positive drug test.
Associated Press photo
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CINCINNATI — Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris was suspended for two games Wednesday for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Lewis-Harris, a Campbell High School product, can participate in preseason games and practices. He’ll miss the first two games without pay and can return to the active roster Sept. 15.

The Bengals signed Lewis-Harris as an undrafted college free agent from Chattanooga in 2012. He spent the majority of that season on the practice squad.

Lewis-Harris has played in 10 games for Cincinnati, primarily on special teams.
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